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Advances in Water Resources Engineering by Chih Ted Yang, Lawrence K. Wang

By Chih Ted Yang, Lawrence K. Wang

This booklet, Advances in Water assets Engineering, quantity 14, covers the themes on watershed sediment dynamics and modeling, built-in simulation of interactive floor water and groundwater platforms, river channel stabilization with submerged vanes, non-equilibrium sediment delivery, reservoir sedimentation, and fluvial methods, minimal strength dissipation cost concept and functions, hydraulic modeling improvement and alertness, geophysical tools for evaluate of earthen dams, soil erosion on upland parts by way of rainfall and overland movement, geofluvial modeling methodologies and purposes, and environmental water engineering glossary.

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References 1. , Li, T. , Huang, Y. , & Wang, G. Q. (2013). A hierarchical method for managing massive data of drainage networks extracted from high resolution DEM for large scale river basins. The 35th IAHR World Congress, Chengdu, China.

15), ex cannot be solved out in a simple form. 15) along the slope and multiplying the result by the width of the hillslope. 16) where E erosion rate of a hillslope (kg/s) B width of the hillslope (m) ql runoff per meter width at the bottom of the hillslope (m2/s). The density of the sediment-laden flow, ρm, can be calculated by averaging the density of the clear flow at the top and that of the turbid flow at the bottom of the hillslope, because the actual range of the density of flow in a watershed is limited.

69 NSE Nash–Sutcliffe coefficient of efficiency Fig. 23). 39 × 109 t. 8. 25. In general, the simulated sediment runoff had the same order of magnitude as the field data, and the simulated daily sediment load matched the trend of the field processes. Nevertheless, there were still discrepancies between the simulated values and the observed ones based on the available data. Three possible reasons are proposed 36 G. Wang et al. Fig. 80 Fig. 25 Flow discharge and sediment load at Longmen station in 1977 [34] 1 Watershed Sediment Dynamics and Modeling 37 here.

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